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Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

Junior Maya Rodriguez began Ballet Folklórico of Marquette University.

Bringing ballet folklórico to campus

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Reporter March 22, 2022
Ballet Folklórico is a mixture of folk dances from the states of Mexico designed to express the cultural differences throughout the country.  
Wall at Hayao Miyazakis exhibit at the Academy Museum.

REVIEW: Journey into world of Miyazaki

Anna Houston, Arts and Entertainment Reporter March 22, 2022
The world of director, animator, producer, and creator of Studio Ghibli, Hayao Miyazaki, is one of lush landscapes, lovable characters and daring journeys.

Diary of Marquette’s pep band at NCAA Tournament

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor March 22, 2022
As the Golden Eagles go on the road to play for a national title, they brought the Marquette Band along for the ride.
People We Meet on Vacation is a 2021 romance novel.

Alex’s Book Cave: ‘People We Meet on Vacation’

Alex Wagner, Copy Editor March 22, 2022
The novel is a fan favorite on Goodreads, winning Best Book of 2021 in the Romance category.
Fresh debuted on Hulu March 4.

REVIEW: ‘Fresh’ cuts deep, exposes darker side to dating

Alexandra Garner, Executive Opinions Editor March 9, 2022
“Fresh” brings the appetites of 1970s serial killers into the modern dating era in this romantic comedy turned horror film. 
Shaka Smart Style Showcases Success in Season

Shaka Smart Style Showcases Success in Season

Randi Haseman, Arts and Entertainment Executive Editor March 8, 2022
In preparation of the BIG EAST Tournament, here's a recap of some of the Smart styles we've seen this season.
Unnatural Magic is the first novel by C.M. Waggoner.

Kim’s Land of Unread Stories: ‘Unnatural Magic’

Kim Cook, Art and Entertainment Assistant Editor March 8, 2022
Stubborn and determined, Onna instead fixes her eyes on the city of Hexos and soon finds herself engrossed in solving the murders of four trolls.
Midterms week at Marquette University is March 7-11.

Music of Midterms: Students’ favorite songs for studying

Izzy Fonfara Drewel, Arts and Entertainment Reporter March 8, 2022
I am on a mission to create an ultimate study playlist for the week of midterms.
LA-based comedian Cara Connors is originally from Chicago.

Comedian Cara Connors at Cactus Club

Jolan Kruse, Arts and Entertainment Reporter March 8, 2022
Cara Connors’ appearance at Cactus Club last Tuesday was the perfect night out I needed.
What It Means To Be King debuted March 4.

Rashad’s Records: King Von’s posthumous album ‘What It Means To Be King’ gets proper treatment

Rashad Alexander, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor March 8, 2022
Nearly a year and a half later, his posthumous album arrives, showing what should have been with the then 26-year-old.
Phoebe tried Tupelo Honey, a southern comfort food restaurant in the Historic Third Ward.

Phoebe the Phoodie: Tupelo Honey

Phoebe Goebel, News Reporter March 4, 2022
Tupelo Honey is a southern revival restaurant that has locations in twelve states across the country.
Gone Girl was published in 2012.

Alex’s Book Cave: ‘Gone Girl’

Alex Wagner, Copy Editor March 3, 2022
Gillian Flynn's 2012 best seller “Gone Girl” entices you into the steamy romance of Nick and Amy Dunne and exemplifies the phrase "hell hath no fury like a woman scorned." 
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